Larry E. Fink

Born: 03/06/1951 Passed:

Larry E. Fink, 67, died Saturday, December 29, 2018 at Ohio’s LifeCare Hospice. He was born March 6, 1951 in Millersburg, Ohio to the late Budge Fink and Nancy (Boughner) Sutton. Larry married Bonnie (Schubert) Fink on Sept. 07, 1992. He was a former member of Cedar Lodge 430 of Orrville and a member of Orrville American Legion Post 282.

Larry is survived by son, Brent (Wanda) Fink Hamilton of Texas; daughters, Monica (JW) Booth of Belton of Texas and Jennifer Fink of Colorado; step-children, Andrew (Melissa) Smith Lake Stevens of Washington, Stacey (Matt) Lambes of Cuyahoga Falls and Joe Smith of Uniontown; grandchildren, Megan, Lilly, Kyle, Nicole, Heather, Mark, Charles, Braden, Cruz, Nora and Lucas; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Louise Seneca and Susan Bontrager, both of Mt. Vernon, IN; numerous nieces and nephews and his faithful companion “Lady”.

The family wishes to thank the entire staff at Ohio Hospice Lifecare for their compassion and care. There will be no calling hours. Cremation will have taken place. Memorials may be made in Larry’s name to LifeCare Hospice, 1900 Akron Rd. Wooster, Ohio and Wayne County Humane Society 1161 Mechanicsburg Rd. Wooster, Ohio. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecrematonsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society
330-875-5770

3 Tributes to Larry E. Fink

  1. Julie Williams says:

    Uncle Larry may you rest in peace. I will always remember playing at your house and jumping on the trampoline. Christmas was never the same when it was not at the big house. Sending warm love to the family during this time.

  2. Barbara Skabar says:

    Bonnie, I saw Larry about 1year ago, I didn’t know he was so sick. He was thinner,but was joking like he always did. If you want call me, we can just talk about what ever. 330-262-3749 I am living in Wooster, with Becky (my sister) Please call . A old friend,

  3. Nathan W. Fair. says:

    Uncle Larry gave me my first motorcycle ride down the rode from the marshaville house when I was grade schools age. It was fun and I’ll never forget that day.
    R.I.P. uncle Larry. And may God bless your entire family and friends

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